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. >>> one of the fbi's missions is to combat terrorism, but a controversial new book claims the fbi's method actually creates terrorists. we'll talk with the author and see what former fbi insider john miller has to say about >>> lawyers in oregon began choosing a jury yesterday over mohammed osman mow hamhamed. it's criticized in a new book. it's called "the terror factory." arthur trevor aaronson is here also with us senior correspondent john miller former fbi assistant director. >> thank you. >> you say you have captured few terrorists since 9/11 and manufactured many more. what does it mean to say we've manufactured terrorists or the fbi manufactures terrorists? >> many of the men that are being prosecuted for committing an act of terrorism or conspiracy to commit an act of terrorism are like mohamed mow ha mud. on their own they never had the ability to commit it. it was the fbi informant or agent who provided the bomb and all of the logistical means they needed to commit their crime. >> john, you were in the fbi. do you know many of the techniques there and especially with anti-terrori
. with respect to who carried it out, that's an ongoing investigation. the fbi had sent individuals to libya repeatedly. we have some very good leads, but this is not something that, you know, i'm going to be at liberty to talk about right now. >> megyn: well, that was president obama roughly ten days ago discussing the terror attack in libya that killed four americans, almost four months ago now, including our ambassador. yesterday we learned the one and only suspect in custody so far has just been released by tunisian authorities citing a lack of evidence against him. so, where exactly are we in our fight for justice against the terrorists who killed our ambassador and three others? virginia congressman frank wolf is a republican and a member of the house appropriations committee. you're upset among other things, that this country, tunisia that released our one and only suspect got 300 plus million in aid, why are we funneling aid to them. >> we should not be and they're about to become a millennium and means advantages. we should be cutting off the aid. the fbi team was there for five wee
to a wide variety of government agencies and passing that onto the fbi for inclusion in its database about who can and can not buy guns. things that would indicate mental health problems, what have you. i think there are also potentially looking at recess appointing the head of the atf, the alcohol, tobacco and firearms bureau, which hasn't had a head since 2006. those are a couple of things that the white house might be looking at doing sort of on its own. bill: we're about to dive back into the debt fight and the spending issues in washington. mitch mcconnell says that will take up the next few months of time. >> yeah. bill: so you start now to see the strategy as to why the white house would pursue executive action if they follow what the president said after newtown, that he is not going to delay on this. >> right. it's been interesting. we've seen the white house of course do this. for a white house that came in, a president that came in having railed in the 2008 campaign against sort of the overreach of executive power, he has shown very little restraint in using executive power hims
and oil and rigged containers to explode. james holmes' apartment is at the top and according to an fbi bob technician, he said that holmes told him that he took a boom box and remote control car and placed it outside of a garage car. he said there was a cd that he made. the first 40 minutes was silent to timed out to start playing very loud music. holmes hoped that somebody would come over to that trash bag and then see the remote control car and start playing with it. except that remote control was was not triggered to move the car. it was triggered to set off a device inside the apartment and that would trigger a much larger explosion. according to the fbi bomb technician, james holmes planned to have his apartment explode to distract and overwhelm first responders and he would walk into the theater a few miles away and start shooting. it's the kind of elaborate diabolical plot that seems to work for villains in a batman movie but in real life this diabolical part of the plan didn't work. and, wolf, investigators also testified today that in the month leading up to the shooting james
? caller: i would recommend that, but in a targeted way. as you probably know, the fbi has a national fingerprinting database that could exist for people with mental illnesses. the real issue is the accountability for those the purchase weapons. not only the accountability of the owner, but those who may steal them. bob host: this commentary comes from examiner -- steal them. host: this commentary comes from examiner.com. host: so, we are getting your thoughts this morning. what are the other articles this morning in the arts section of "the new york times"? this is the front page. the picture next to this show of the golden globe winners from last night. the issue of extreme violence on screens has become a thicket that programmers cannot avoid. "i do not think that there is anyone on this planet whose life has not been changed or affected by the recent course of events. nothing that is on the air is inappropriate. the network justifies the level of carnage by making sure the bad guys are brought to justice. there's a shot -- "criminal lines" is an adult show -- criminal minds" is an
, is there a link between gun violence and violent games. we'll talk to an fbi profiler when we come back. >> announcer: "anderson cooper 360" brought to you by t. rowe price. invest with confidence. >>> keeping them honest on the notion of gun violence. vice president biden met today with representatives of the video game industry. the newtown killer was obsessed with video games as others have been. people are concerned that bloody games, gory videos are doing bad things to our kids. you can see why culture would be part of the conversation. pro or antigun, republican or democrat, a lot of people agree. >> this violent video game with names like bullet storm, grand theft auto, mortal combat, and slater house -- >> the violence in the entertainment culture. >> what about the violence in our video games. >> the depiction of these assault weapons again and again. >> violence, the realism in games and movies. >> the corrosive influence of a violent oriented world. >> you get the idea. keeping them honest though, there's not a lot of good science behind them. because of that different studie
ahead, new photos of a former fbi agent who went missing in iran more than five years ago are released. they're pretty shocking photos and we'll show you them. >>> plus this -- a frightening fall, a couple getting married inside a hot air balloon and exchanging vows, brings new meaning to the phrase "wedding crashers." their story, next. >>> let's get the latest on some other stories we're following. deb feyerick's back with the "360" bulletin. >> prosecutors played the first 911 calls from the shooting that left 12 people dead in an aurora, colorado, movie theater. in one call, 30 gunshots can be heard in the background in 27 seconds. they have called a preliminary hearing to determine if the prosecutors have enough evidence to put james holmes on trial. >>> and chicago police have opened a murder investigation into the poisoning death of a man who recently won $1 million on a scratch-off lottery ticket. the medical examiner's office initially ruled he'd died of natural causes, but after prompting from a relative, the office went back and found there was a lethal amount of cyanide in
:56. the search for victims of two serial killers in san joaquin county has taken a new turn. what the fbi is doing after getting new information. >> reporter: later this morning, coast guard investigators will be sitting down to interview the pilot at the controls of an oil tanker that struck the bay bridge yesterday. the scrutiny he's facing and what we've learning about his past. >> reporter: and we're live in antioch after a store clerk is beat up after an attempted robbery. we'll tell you what they were looking for when "mornings on 2" continues. [ male announcer ] subway has so many heart-healthy and delicious meals certified by the american heart association. look for the heart check on your favorite subway fresh fit meals, from the tempting turkey breast & black forest ham with spinach to the protein-rich roast beef, and more. all five grams of fat or less. try 'em with juicy, ripe tomatoes, cool cucumbers or crisp green peppers. start your new year right with a heart-healthy meal at your neighborhood subway today. subway. eat fresh. ♪ ♪ conquer dinner. one cut of meat at a tim
what happens. still ahead, new photos of a former fbi agent who went missing in iran more than five years ago are released. they're pretty shocking photos and we'll show you them. >>> plus this -- a frightening fall, a couple getting married inside a hot air balloon and exchanging vows. brings new meaning to the phrase wedding crashers. [ nurse ] i'm a hospice nurse. britta olsen is my patient. i spend long hours with her checking her heart rate, administering her medication, and just making her comfortable. one night britta told me about a tradition in denmark, "when a person dies," she said, "someone must open the window so the soul can depart." i smiled and squeezed her hand. "not tonight, britta. not tonight." [ female announcer ] to nurses everywhere, thank you, from johnson & johnson. plays a key role throughout our lives. one a day women's 50+ is a complete multivitamin designed for women's health concerns as we age. it has 7 antioxidants to support cell health. one a day 50+. [ male announcer ] when diarrhea hits, kaopectate stops it fast. powerful liquid relief speeds to th
,000 sovereign citizens in america. the fbi classifies them as a domestic terrorist movement. many of these people followed a scary progression from passionate but peaceful, to ultra violent. so when we saw this video on youtube, we wondered were we witnessing the real-time radicalization of a 21-year-old on his way to violence? >> you guys are really overstepping your bounds right now. >> reporter: when we tracked him down, we found a young man who on the surface at least appears average. he lives in his mom's house with his two younger brothers. he rides his bike. but he also straps on a pistol every time he leaves the house, which is perfectly legal here in idaho and openly declares the local police to be his enemy. >> unfortunately, yes. they're the enemy. they're the enemy of anybody who wants to live free. >> produce the information that i require or you will be placed under arrest for obstructing. >> reporter: robert's long series of run-ins with the cops began when he was 18 and got busted for making fireworks. that's when he went online and stumbled into this whole idea th
, the fbi conducted a record 2.8 million checks for gun purchases, a record for a single month. in other words, a lot of americans reacted to the horror of that terrible day by rushing out to buy a gun. since that day, and unlike after past shootings, the old debate over gun rights who should buy them and what kind that they can guy has only gotten more intense. vice president joe biden on tuesday will present the president with his task force's recommendation for reducing gun violence. mental health, violent video games and school safety have all been a part of his agenda. he even met with the n.r.a. but the group said it was, quote, disappointed in their discussion. that discussion is stirring passion from dinner tables to talk shows nationwide in ways we haven't seen in a very long time. here's our own piers morgan with a radio host who started a petition to get piers deported over support for gun control. >> the tyrants did it. hitler took the guns. stalin took the guns. castro took the guns. chavez took the guns. 1776 will commence again if you try to take our firearms. doesn't matt
if something like what the fbi did and had a director position that was appointed for fixed 10 year terms would be above the political fray. also critically important for jurisdictions to have access to crime gun information. you want to publish as they did before national crime gun tracing report with city level analyses of crime. it was very important have academic involvement in those, the production of those reports, some of the special analyses. and i can't say that enough. the magic between having actual investigators with detailed knowledge about criminal enterprises operate collaborating with academics, but the ability to bring an outside eye, analytic tools, and an unbiased perspective of what's going on, the knowledge that is greater. so clearly we establishing that and also some of the reforms, tiahrt amendment, allowing cdc and in that age to fund a gun research and maybe expanding funding for research would be important as well. so if we're able to, some of these, it would be great to do all these policy recommendations, i think a lot of the obstacles necessary for effective invest
over each of the 166 counts against james holmes. we also heard from an fbi bomb tech, an atf supervisor, who testified about the extent to which holmes booby-trapped his apartment with homemade napalm, propane and gas triggers. in the two months leading up tote shooting holmes purchased 6295 rounds of ammunition as well as tear gas, ballistic gear and handcuffs. on cross-examinations holmes defense attorney asked one of the agents if there was anything in colorado law that prevented someone with mental illness from making any of these purchases and the agent said no, jenna. jenna: there comes up for one of the first times it is coming up in this preliminary hearing. we know the defense will be calling its own witness. tell us about who those people potentially could be and also how does that procedure, a defense calling witnesses in this preliminary hearing, how typical is that? >> that isn't something that usually happens but legal analysts are saying that what they think is happening here is that the defense is using this opportunity in the hearing to start the process of b
of retired fbi agent robert levinson who vanished in iran almost six years ago released videos of him holding him hostage. >> i believe the iranian government is holding my husband. >> a ferry accident in new york a ferry ran into a dock. >>> first there was a fire on one plane, now a fuel leak on another. >>> more than 100 wildfires are raging australia's wales. >>> quarterback robert griffin iii will go under reconstructive surgery this morning on his knee. >>> i'm a former stripper. >> all thieves witnesses were scared. >> what could lance armstrong do to them? >> insin rate them. >> on "cbs morning news." >> you wear the rings, what do you do? >> put them on the coffee table for the recruits to look at. notre dame defeated rish people haven't been this depressed since all the time. captioning funded by cbs >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." nearly a month after the newtown massacre, the white house is putting new pressure on congress to consider tougher gun laws. >> gun control supporters are also pushing harder while the country's leading gun lobbies prepare to
of a retired fbi agent who disappeared in iran almost six years ago has released photos of him in captivity. they show him in an orange jump suit holding various signs, one of them read, why you cannot help me. the family spokesman said the photos were received 18 months ago because they haven't seen enough progress in the case. his family says he was working an a private investigator looking into cigarette smuggling when he went missing on a business trip. the fbi has offered a million dollar reward for information leading to his safe return. >>> it is now confirmed that chavez will not be attending his inauguration. tomorrow is the big day but the 58-year-old president has been undergoing cancer treatment in cuba. so he can't take the oath of office in person. that has been raising questions about his legitimacy. the constitution isn't clear on whether the president can be sworn in on another day or who should be in charge in the meantime. the ruling has been issued by the supreme court there. he did leave for a fourth cancer surgery in cuba last month. he has since been battling a severe
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control laws, but to strengthen things like databases the fbi uses for background checks or getting states to share more information from criminal and mental health databases or even prosecuting felons who try to buy guns illegally or people who lie on background checks. would you support any of those moves? >> you have to look at each one one by one. a number of them, for example, the mental health issues, for example, i strongly favor, looking at those actions. if they're within the law and it's an appropriate executive order, i think the president has every right to do it. if it's not in current law, he can't do it by executive order and the congress would have to, i think, block him if he attempted to do it by executive order. it depends on exactly what they come up with. what i really encourage is that the vice president before he rushed around doing new things, go to chicago. chicago has very strict gun laws. it is also the deadliest city in america, over 500 people were killed in chicago last year. and i think the vice president ought to ask the question himself, why is it that all
the libyans or the f.b.i. the agents didn't allow for this. today surprisingly his lawyer appeared before a judge and said there was insufficient evidence to hold him and he was subsequently released even though members of congress and others have said they believe he was involved in the attack. so it's really raised questions not only about his case but where the investigation broadly stands nearly four months after the attack libyan authorities say that they have had a problem arresting people that while they have suspects they have -- the authorities are afraid to arrest people because of their ties to the militias and so this case really raises broader questions about the status of the investigation into the attack that killed ambassador stevens and three other americans. >> i want to get to those broader questions but a logistical one first hichlt is it that a tunisian ends up being a suspect and he's being held in tunis for an attack that allegedly occurred in libya. >> according to the investigators we've spoken to there were upwards of 70 people involved in that attack and they we
is a dangerous thing to do, invites criminals into your home or outs police officers and fbi agencies or fbi agents rather. maybe that's understandable but there seems to be a cult of secrecy about gun ownership in america. the nra successfully lobbied to have it included in obama care a provision that prevents doctors from asking patients if they own a gun, and the nra also opposes a national gun database. what's the big deal? why not say how many guns you sell? or allow law enforcement to create a list of registered gun owners. talk back question today why the secrecy surrounding guns? facebook.com/carolcnn or tweet me @carolcnn. i'll be back. [ male announcer ] this is joe woods' first day of work. and his new boss told him two things -- cook what you love, and save your money. joe doesn't know it yet, but he'll work his way up from busser to waiter to chef before opening a restaurant specializing in fish and game from the great northwest. he'll start investing early, he'll find some good people to help guide him, and he'll set money aside from his first day of work to his last, which isn
, james holmes. fbi agents have testified today that holmes had homemade napalm inside his apartment. remote-controlled triggers hidden in a garbage can outside. the trap was meant to injure police officers as holmes fired his guns in the movie theater five miles away. >>> and now we turn to other big news today. it is official. 2012 was the hottest year in the united states since weather scientists started keeping records. and hotter, not by a little, but by a landslide. tonight, abc's dan harris tells us about this new report and the red flags of warning about extreme heat all across the globe. >> oh, man. this is the last you'll see of your shed. >> reporter: the pictures coming out of australia tonight are apocalyptic. flames devouring homes, huge black and brown blossoms of smoke. a lone kangaroo hopping through a charred moonscape. firefighters contending with the worst possible conditions. >> these swirling, vicious winds, the soaring temperatures. >> incredible winds are making it that much tougher for firefighters on the front lines. >> reporter: it's so hot, the government
attorneys claim he is mentally ill. >>> the wife of a former fbi agent who was kidnapped in iran has released a new series of images of her husband. robert levinson is shown draped in chains and dressed in what appears to be a mock prison uniform. he holds a sign. one reads, quote, help me. levinson was kidnapped on a business trip in 2007. >>> and for the first time, the white house is suggesting that it might not -- that it might leave no u.s. troops in afghanistan after december 2014. that goes against the pentagon view that thousands of troops would be needed to stay indefinitely to help keep al qaeda in check. some analysts say floating this idea woucould be a negotiating strategy, ahead of the meeting with hamid karzai at the white house. >>> there's a bad dream for boeing this morning. another 787 dreamliner jets had a problem. this time, a fuel leak. it was the second incident for the dreamliner in as many days at boston's logan airport. on monday, a fire started in a battery on a japan airlines jet while it was being readied for another flight. iceland air confirmed it had t
of a former fbi agent who was kidnapped in iran released new image of the 65-year-old man. you can see robert levinson draped in chains and dressing what appears to be a mock prison uniform holding a sign that reads help me. he's now 64. he will be 65. levinson kidnapped while on business trip to iran can i remember island in 2007. you can see in the series of photographs how much he changed over the years. dramatic. washington its working still through diplomatic channel to try to get him released. >>> one more note from oversea overseas. the only known suspect jailed in connection with the deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in libya has just been set free. lawyer said he was released for look of evidence. the release highlights the little progress in the investigation in the attack which killed a prison for steven and 3 other americans on december 11 last year. >>> just ahead here tonight. first ever video look at this. giant squid in natural habitat. bizarre. scientist saying about it very rare fine. >> smart key smart car and now smart highway. saving energy [singing] hoveround
me describe the scene inside the apartment. the fbi bomb technician said, there was a fishing line strung across the apartment at a level of about five feet. clearly intended for someone to walk into. it was attached to to a container of glycerin which was up on a shelf above a frying pan that had another material in it. and the idea was for the glycerin to mix with that other material and explode. also in the apartment, napalm, the floor was soaked with gasoline. there were canisters on the floor of some other type of explosive materials. and now it gets -- if that's not enough, it gets more bizarre. outside of the apartment, there was a boom box playing music. next to it, a remote control car that was also intended apparently for someone to go look at the music, maybe play with the remote control car, that would have also set off the explosion. given all of this planning, i think they're trying to show premeditation. also, there was evidence presented yesterday in the afternoon about him buying his ticket. he purchased his ticket online 12 days before the shooting. there was vide
of troubled adolescents or young men, in my experience, with these kind of cases and in my research as an fbi profiler, i have found that there is no the a cause and effect. they did not cause violence but for these young people who were already contemplating carrying out acts of violence or acting out towards others in a violent way, these videos and very violent websites and violent movies can actually fuel what's already there. it can help them desensitize to acting out violently. it helps them erode at their sense of empathy and compassion. it is for this small group of people considering acting out violently. >> request there is this group of disturbed people you were describing, if there weren't violent v violent video games, isn't there something else that might push them over the edge? >> i wouldn't suggest these videos are pushing them over the edge. we don't look at whether or not they are looking at violent videos. violent behavior is very complicated. we look at, for example, are they saturated in a world where all they do is consider violence. in the research we did in the bureau
's strategy. he'll have to use a lot of political muscle to clean it up. if you look at the fbi statistics, although we have horrific events that occur with these guns sometimes, mostly it is pistols and handguns that are involved statistically in the crimes, and if you were going to attack the murders in this country, you would attack those other guns. i'm wondering why you think it is that they'd like to go after the assault weapons at this time. >> i think l.z. was exactly right. there is three different conversations going on and i think they have to turn it into one big comprehensive approach. if it's only framed as an assault weapons ban, it will have a very difficult time going through congress but, yes, you know, the president is going to have to spend the capital. he has it and he's going to have to spend it. i'm sure vice president biden, who's now pregnant with this, this is his baby, in case we haven't noticed, he's already running for president, is going to want something done. the problem, drew, is the issue is not going away. as cnn was covering the meetings of the vice pres
as an fbi profiler, i found that there is not a cause and effect. they did not cause violence, but for the young people who are contemplating carrying out acts of violence or acting out towards others in a violent way. these videos and violent websites and violent movies can fuel what's already there and in doing that, it can help them desensitize to acting out violently and it erodes away at the sense of empathy and compassion and turns human beings into objects. it's for the small group of people already considering acting out violently. >> let me just push back on this to play devil's advocate. if there is a group of disturbed people that you are describing, isn't there something else that might push them over the edge as well? >> sure. i wouldn't suggest that these videos are pushing them over the edge. when we do a threat assessment on someone, we don't look at just whether or not they are looking at violent videos. violent behavior is complicated. we look at, for example, are they saturated in a world where all they do is consider violence? in the research they did in th
with a small "a" and i was apprehended shortly after i appeared on your show by the fbi. for a number of reasons, because i felt the prosecution was political against myself, i chose to flee into exile. i am in canada now. my name is known to most people. you could research the and find out who i am. i have altered by apparent since have gone into exile. i took the name "x" because i kind of like it. >> has explained the video -- explain it to video that your group anonymous got ahold of, with this 12-minute video showed. >> it is apparent to anyone who can stomach watching of the entire 12 minutes. i, myself, we've been working night and day on this operation. i have watched it a dozen times and it makes me sick each time to watch it. i think it speaks for itself. these young men were sitting around immediately after the crime took place, which is clear from what they say in the video. one person even gets up at one point and leaves in disgust and goes to check on the victim to see if she is ok. the victim is still nearby. the crime is still in progress, in essence, when this video w
of a former fbi agent who was kidnapped in iran has released a new series of images of her husband. robert levinston is shown draped in chains in what appears to be a mock prison uniform. he holds a sign which reads, help me. he was kidnapped while on a business trip to iran back in 2007. the family says the u.s., though, is not putting enough pressure on iran to deal with the case. >>> record temperatures in southern australia have cooled slightly this morning, dropping below 100 degrees for the first time in days. that small consolation to firefighters battling to put out fires that have consumed more than 300,000 acres in the last day alone. details from the bbc's nick bryant. >> reporter: the fires are being fanned by ferocious winds and some of the highest temperatures the state has ever witnessed. four large regions are being placed at a highest state of alert, catastrophic. it means the fires are uncontrollable and fast moving. at ground level, we saw for ourselves how terrifying the fire fronts can be. this is one of the state's main roads, the prince's highway. too dangerous for t
. as a matter of fact, during 2010 there were more than 76,000 cases referred by the fbi to the justice department. do you know how many were prosecuted out of 76,000 in 2010, the last year we have data for? 44. not 44,000, 44 out of 76,000. this is a joke, and it's a sad joke, and it's a lethal joke. these are felony cases involving criminals trying the to buy guns -- trying to buy guns, and yet our federal government is prosecuting less than one-tenth of 1% of them. it is shameful, and it has to end, and the president can do it by just picking up the phone and saying to his justice department this is your job, go do it or i'll get somebody that will. the third, president can make a recess appointment to head the federal bureau of alcohol, tobacco and firearms. the atf, as it's called, habit had a director -- hasn't had a director for six years. can you imagine how much outrage there'd be if we'd been without a homeland security secretary for six years? this is as much a public safety threat as it would be if there weren't a secretary for homeland security. and if congress keeps blocki
counterterrorism director, jeff porter, he has briefed the fbi on the situation, and chris lawrence. our pentagon correspondent. chris, let me start with you. the state department says we have to do the job right. the defense department says the united states will be involved in mali. what are you hearing tonight as far as u.s. intervention? >> they're narrowing down the option. piloted planes to gather some intelligence is one option. drones, although one official told me those are in very high demand with things going on in yemen and afghanistan, libya and other areas around the world. he said look for possibly some air lift capacity. in other words, big cargo planes that would allow the french to get more equipment to where it's needed in mali, and refueling capability. in other words, the french jets doing some of the bombing, these american refueling tankers could pull up alongside them, and the french jets could refuel in air so they could go longer and further without having to come back to a base. >> interesting options. they're so eager to say there won't be mass combat troops on the gro
's the fbi that has the executive order to lead the defense against cyber terrorism from foreign states, some private companies are looking for attacks on their own and consulting firms come in. >> this happens every day, when adversaries come in and steal everything. >> and what they fear is the intellect. weapons, to stealth bombers and computer chips, and secret recipes and feed the wrong information to the hackers, confusing them. >> you can really start to change the table and bring some pain to the them. >> the idea to prevent attacks like the one iran has believed to have sprung on banks. >> most of these attack from machines, users home machines compromised by viruses or other malicious code that's been downloaded from websites, that's a major problem, harris. the risk there, millions of machines in all of our homes could be used to strike against our own country, harris. >> harris: all right. thank you very much, good to see you. people in one town can expect an extra headache trying it get to work tomorrow. take a look at why. that's an overpass that came crashing down, very inconve
all fbi agents are comfortable that the right hand gun with the right training is say formidable way to protect yourself. >> i appreciate your time. thank you. >> quick perspective and national archives, president obama issued 144 in his first four years in average. about average compared with other modern presidents. dwight eisenhower issued 275 in his first four years alone. as for the situation, 360 has been following this for years. we have an update. >> last year the chicago police department confiscated more than 7400 guns, more than five times per capita than in new york. chicago's gun laws are as strict as any in the country in fact you can't buy a hand gun in the city. where do they come from? many come from places like this gun shop in a nearby town. this is chuck's gun shop in neighboring river dale which is frequently the target of protests because of the amount of guns they sold that were used in crimes. . >> the owner of chucks declined our interview request. many of the guns from chuck's and other stores that end up on the streets are so-called straw purchases bought l
. it could mean a shut down at the fbi, prisons might have to stop operating, courts would, of course, close. it would mean chaos, but that seems to be what they want, i guess, chaos, which i guess they'll then somehow use as leverage. is that right? >> well, apparently that is their argument. i think the problem is we've seen this movie before. it happened under gingrich's watch when clinton was president. it certainly didn't rebound to gingrich's favor. it ended up helping clinton. his poll numbers went up, and i imagine that the same thing would happen with obama. and, of course, there would be this attendant impact on the economy and attendant impact on people getting their government benefits and all sorts of things. so, again, i think the republican party talks about refashioning and rebranding and i think one of the ideas is to look at reagan. they always talk about reagan, but if you look at some of the things reagan actually did around immigration reform, for instance, this isn't a party that so far is will to do that and embrace some of those parts of reagan's legacy. >> steve, we
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